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Vol. LXXXII 



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SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 




J. FRANK DOBIE 



A prolific writer and a great man, J. Frank Dobie (1888- 
1964), was editor of the Sou 'wester in 1910, his Senior year. 
It is to his memory that we dedicate this, the 1985 Sou'wes- 
ter, on the seventy-fifth anniversary of that volume. 




J. Frank Dobie 

The year was 1906. Compulsory education in Texas was twelve 
years away and Southwestern operated a "fitting school" on the old 
campus. Oil, temperance, and woman's sufferage were emerging as 
topics of debate within the meeting rooms of the Alamo and San 
Jacinto Literary Societies. Southwestern was the leading Methodist 
university in the Southwest and Dr. R. S. Hyer, a brilliant 
experimenter in radio and x-rays was its regent. 

J. F. Dobie, an eighteen year old from a Live Oak County ranch, 
enrolled that fall because his parents expected him to get a college 
education. Frank brought with him the values, attitudes, and 
perceptions of that rugged ranch environment and he found a cadre of 
professors that encouraged creative scholarship, broad literary and 
cultural involvement, and social arrangements reflecting turn of the 
century Methodist beliefs. 

By 1907 Frank was recorded as being a "Marshall" of the Alamo 
Society. His first published work "A Cow Drive" appeared that year 
in the Southwestern University Magazine because his English 
professor, Albert Shipp Pegues, believed that freshmen should read 
broadly and sophomores should attempt writing and publishing. 

While his college career included a broad sampling of social, 
organizational, and reflective opportunities, he continued to write and 
contribute to the magazine. In all, he published four western stories 
and a clutch of critical essays. 

By 1910, Dobie was editor of Volume VII of the Sou'wester, an 
annual launched in 1904 by the Athletic Association of Southwestern 
University. This volume was to be one of the great editions of this 
venerable series, as it included humor, dedication, a broad perspective, 
and a good sampling of Dobie verbiage. 

From the present vantage point we can believe that his college 
experience unleashed the Dobie genius for recognizing and expressing 
pioneer and folk insights. 

J. Frank Dobie, as an alumnus, is one of the Southwestern 
University "greats" and it is right and proper that we call attention to 
this fact in the 1985 edition of the Sou'wester. 

Judson S. Custer 



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PRESIDENT 



ROY B. SCHILLING 



TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



OPENING 



STUDENT LIFE 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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HONORS AND AWARDS 87 
SPORTS 



ADMINISTRATION 



PEOPLE 



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CULLEN 
BUILDING 



Cullen Building 

In 1910, the year J. Frank Dobie was editor of 
the Sou'wester, the Main Building celebrated its 
tenth birthday. At that time the building boasted 
three stories and a basement, "a gymnasium with 
all the modern attachments, spacious library 
rooms, Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., and literary society 
halls, a magnificent auditorium, elaborate offices 
and reception parlors and publication rooms." 

But, according to the 1910 yearbook, (in a 
memorable, though perhaps overdone quote), 
"the most magnificent thing about this building is 
its Memorial Dome, sixty-five feet square, with 
wings extending from every side. This dome is not 
a tinseled plate reflecting only rain-bow colors. It 
is the Westminster Abbey of Texas Methodism, 
sacred for whom it shall forever memorialize, 
grand for what it stands, and sublimely beautiful 
for its architecture and design. There is nothing 
like it in America. In it the aesthetic and the 
material are happily blended." 

Many changes were made when the building 
was renovated in 1977 by the Cullen Foundation 
and renamed in memory of Roy and Lillie Cul- 
len, but it is still the main building on campus, 
providing classrooms and offices for the Adminis- 
tration. Perhaps most important, though, is the 
fact that it has become the symbol of Southwest- 
ern University, and as such, it deserves a promi- 
nent place in our memories and in a book repre- 
senting the University. 




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1910 - First S. U. Women's Basketball team. 






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Alamo and San Jacinto Literary Societies Picnic 
April, 1910. (J. Frank Dobie kneeling far left). 






S.U. CAMPUS 

THEN AND 

NOW 




Original library building. 



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UNIVERSITY 



1840 



The Cullen Building. 





School for pre-freshmen. 




Mood-Bridwell Hall. 









The Ladies' Annex, destroyed by fire in 1924. 




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CAMPUS 
CHRONOLOGY 



The Old Williamson County Science Building. 




1870-71 


Georgetown college building erected at 
present site of junior high school, original 
campus. 


1873 


Georgetown announced as site of 
consolidated Methodist university, 
uniting Rutersville, Wesleyan, McKenzie 
and Soule colleges. Classes began. 


1875 


Southwestern University chartered by 
State of Texas. 


1879 


Young Ladies School completed, four 
blocks from original campus. 


1886 


Construction began on men's dormitory, 
Giddings Hall, on original campus. 


1887 


Ladies Annex cornerstone laid - first 
building on new campus (present location 
of Southwestern University campus). 


1898 


Cornerstone laid for Administration 
Building. 


1906 


Cornerstone laid for men's dormitory, 
Mood Hall. 


1917 


Williamson County Science Building 
completed (at present site of Lois Perkins 
Chapel). 


1925-26 


Ladies Annex destroyed by fire. New 
women's dormitory built, later named 
Laura Kuykendall Hall. 


1939-40 


Cody Memorial Library, Jim West 
Gymnasium, and Field House 
constructed. 


1950-58 


Circle drive installed. Lois Perkins 
Chapel, Fondren Science Building, 
McCook-Crain Clinic, Ruter Hall, Brown 
Swimming Pool, Alma Thomas Fine Arts 
Center, Bishops Memorial Student Union, 
and Religious Activities Center 
built. 


1962-66 


President's home, Kurth Hall, the 
addition to Cody Memorial Library, 
University Commons, Herman Brown and 
Moody -Sliearn residence halls completed. 


1976 


Sid Richardson Physical Education 
Center constructed. 



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CAMPUS PLAN 



Since Georgetown became the 

site for Southwestern, the campus 

has slowly evolved to become the 

beautiful, well-organized campus it 

is today. 

President Schilling's vision for the 

university includes many changes 

that should take place in a 

relatively short period of time, in 

order to bring Southwestern to 

"National Maturity" and make it 

rank among the top small 

universities in the nation. 




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What Southwestern proposed to do in 1910. 




Southwestern campus as it is now. 



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THE MASTER PLAN 




The New Women's dorm - what S.U. is doing now. 



The Master Plan is the physical 
manifestation of the "vision" of 
Southwestern and a main part of 
our attempt to achieve National 
Maturity. Work on this plan has 
begun, with the building of the new 
women's dormitory facing Laura 
Kuykendall Hall. 




The Master Plan for Southwestern. 



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August came this year, bringing with 

it mandatory water restriction, the 

opening of classes, and a new batch of 



FRESHMEN 



Some of these freshmen came from as 

far away as Holland and Germany, 

while the majority came from in or 

around the major cities in Texas - 

Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San 

Antonio. But wherever they were from, 

they brought with them enthusiasm, 

which was immediately put to use at 

Freshman Orientation. 




Corey Anderson - Orientation Volleyball. 




Getting set up for school. 



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Mark Kristel and Linda Stemple. 



Linda Stemple. 




Some Residence Life Staffers make a pyramid. 




Julie Mayne, Gerald Cantor, Laura 
Tyler, and Susan Williams . . . 
waiting. 



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KITTEN 



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BENJAMIN BRITTEN AND THE 
CEREMONY OF INNOCENCE 



Benjamin Britten was the subject of Dr. Peterson's 1985 



BROWN SYMPOSIUM 



Sir Peter Pears, the main speaker, was unable to attend 
because of illness, but the Symposium was still a success, with 
Donald Mitchell, Phillip Brett, John Evans, Eric Crozier, and 
Nancy Evans giving lectures and classes from February 20th to 
February 22nd. The performance of Britton's Curlew River 
was filmed for Public Television. 




Curlew River - but who understood it? 




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STUDENT 
LIFE 




Sally Shuford, phonathoning. 




Teresa Peacock . . . peeking out. 



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Kate Butler. 




Giving blood. 




Norma Juarez. 






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Reed Hartzog. 



Lee Vandruff and Jon Jenswold at Sig Volleyball Tourney. 




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Hartzog, Keith Coe, Paul Malson, James Neavrlle, J*a*fnes 
Bass, Row 2: Lisa barren, Kenneth Hern, Amy Kane, 
Catherine Spezia, Mike West, Kerry Zastoupil, Randy 
Stutes, Bobby Deaton, Russell Moritz. 




2nd Ruter **Mwau\ itezUtt,-! 
David Koe'rner, Greg Warming 
Gree- lohl Batemj 

Mike Keahey, Jim Mcfci 
Taggart, Row 2: Tom 
Flanikeh, Jimmy Nichol^jptl^ 

Morris, Stewart Dewitt, Scott Bl_ . 

3: Bill Erhart, Mark Graves, Noel Sy, Adam Haughey, 
Mark Kristel, John Davies, Jerry Rigatos. 



Theresa Deaf. 





DORMS 








TiX Floor - Davy J 
It Wells, Wilt Medal! 
izarry (R.A.), 
Jeve Katew-init BIJfc rialf^ Wkie 
SlelJ, MiWYolng, O-aig Carroll, (Row 2) - (R 
to L) Doug/McLallen, David McKeever, Dave 
Jolliff, Steve_S»W, Glover Johnson, Dan Jolj^on, 
Mark Eteechen, Gerald Cantor, Wesley Millican. 



DORM 
LIFE 




1st Kurth - Tracy Walker, Cindy Long, Lori Wingfield, Catherine Dale, Marilyn Lane, Jahnnette Nelson, Kathleen Patrick, Lisa Ravert, Holli Leggett, 
Amy Wink, Paula Trietsch; (Row 2) Benet Younger, Margaret Stanley, Jan Perkins, Robin Bily, Tammy Roest, Connie Page, Kat.e Grant, Brooke 
Burris, Sarah Hyde (R.A.). 



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DORMS 




Mobdy'-SheaW r&t - Sarah Berthold. Robbie RM.u . M|§yK&I4^ 
Stew; .Bass (R.A.^Ijrioerl ScWey. Pete KennedfCOfci2L^|r (Row 2) 

Barbara H >ran, Angela Reid, Catft^fidy, "» Hill, 
Chris < iron Elaine v.'aM^uik, Kathy Damma ■ loni Willis, Wanda 
;heler, Lorinda jWmonT 





L.K 2nd West - Anna Johnson, Kriss Parr, Jennifer Cooper, Jessica Mitcham, 
Mary Elizabeth Welmaker, Mishann Johnson, Beth Powell, Lynn Hanson, Kate 
Butler, Karen Sahl, Sara Duce, Kim Mitchell, Lisa Kwon, Jennifer Robberson, 
Laura Phelps, Michelle Castillo, Jill Hagar, Christy Anderson, Donna Hastings, 
Michelle Huang, Tracy Harting. 



The Women of LK 3rd West. 



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Mosaics, JameMGaeta, R^HPHck v L 
fcdk**i*Peter*Myig, JoeJPTightingale, 
Johnny Maberry, Rick Raima 
Gregg Proctor, Kenny Simon 





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John Burruss, Brad Allen, Jim Rathburn, Stu Roberts, 
Brian Kinkade, Paul Vestal, John Janssen, Steve Hales> 
Monroe Walker. 



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L.K. 3rd East - Susan Moak, Michelle Mucha, Susan McAdams, Debbie 
Van Dyte, Nancy Wofford, Laura Tyler, Rose. Vardiman, Sarah Faulkner, 
Carrie Helmcomp, Linda Sternp% Amy Barlow, Sue Sommermeyer; (Row 
2) - Holly Kin&«]y 
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DORMS 




3rd Kurth - Margo PPW^My ShttfoTfl, Debbie Diaz, Leigh AlWHKilker, Lisa Hkd, Tiffany HlTTinTJennifer Trolp 
Laura Scott, Robin Ray, Jana BiglJy, Laurie Tisrltr (R. A.), Marce Walsh, Tracy Mayer. 




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Spectators at Sig volleyball tournament. 





Jackson Jones and visitors. 




Dallas Cowboys Hoopster 




Long lost friends meet at Homecoming. 





Susan Williams. 



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SNOW 






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Snow Garfield by Caroline Jones and Martha Joe Nichol. 




Mood-Bridwell Hall. 




Snowball fight at S.U. 



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Although we didn't have a white Christmas, we 
did have 



SNOW IN 
GEORGETOWN 

in early Spring. It snowed once while we were all 
home for the holidays, then it snowed again in 
January while we were all here. It even snowed 
on a weekend so we could have snowball fights, 
sled down the golf course hills on old Commons 
trays, and ride on inner tubes pulled by trucks on 
the football field. 



Sheryl Crenshaw and Teresa Peacock and their snowman. 




Mike Middleton and Jill Hagar. 




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DAILY 
LIFE 




Mark Graves and Gaylon Morris. 




Look out Rocky! 





The Gang's all here! Tiffany Hillin, Wendy Smith, Dave Koerner, 
Heidi Lewis, Greg Warmink, Adam Haughey, Gary Greenlees, 
Burke O'Malley, Jerry Rigatos, Dale Fischer, Bill Ehrart. 



Paul Solomon. 



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Donna Syvertson, DeDe Hatchett, and Penny Daughtry. 




Danny Cohen and Fred Taggart. 



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HOMECOMING 




PIKE Lawnmower Brigade on maneuvers. 




Tri-Delts in the Parade. 




Dr. Spellman, Mr. Homecoming. 




ZTA Wagon 



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People came from all over the country this year for the 

HOMECOMING 
PARADE 

The Kappa Sigma Homecoming Parade, done in 
conjunction with Student Foundation, was a huge success. 
There was a great turnout and the Pikes won first place 
for their Pike Marching Lawnmower Brigade and Drill 
Team. 



Scott Clearman, Sig Homecoming Queen, on 
his throne. 




The A D Pies. 





The Baseball Team. 



Mike Henry leads the Pike Lawnmower Brigade. 



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Susan Hook, Amy Williams, and dates. 




Sisters . . . Patti and Sally Ross. 





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Enjoying Dinner . . . Scott Smith, Jerry Anderson, Anita Lightfoot, 
Scott Carrell. 



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Susan Stevens Teiethoning. 



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Sheri Hassler and Dr. Reynolds-Cornell. 



Catherine Dale, Eric Stewart, and Leighann Walker. 





Clayton Haley, Jill Boone, Keane Fedosky, Katie Parvin, Perry Bolger, and 
Cheryl Ransone. 



Kathy Kuebel serving. 



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Tommy Collins, Joe Evans, Jeff Guisti, Loren Hudson in the Sig Parade. 




Bruce Beasley and Ted Maier at ADPi Playday. 




Susan Hook, Teresa Peacock, Caroline Jones 
Hanging around. 




Mike Williams trimming the Sig Christmas tree. 



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Laura Scott. 




Singing in the Chapel 



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Kristen Radford and President Shilling 





Nancy Rushing. 




Paige Cavanaugh giving blood. 



Joni Willis at the Sig Volleyball tourney. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Zeta Chapter of 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



was established at Southwestern in 1907. This year, the 

ADPi chapter put on Playday to raise money for the 

Ronald McDonald Houses, their national philanthropy. 

They competed in Homecoming Sing and Parade, and 

won the Scholarship trophy for the highest average 

among the sororities. 





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Top Row Connie Page, Jan Perkins, Dori Wiles, Debra Schroeder (Pres.), Karen Schroeder, Michelle Fincher, Jill 
Johnson Kathy Damman, Row 2: Sara Rushing, Susan Shepherd, Ellen Monk, Laurie Fisher, Laura Smith, Mary Cay 
Willis, Penny Daughtry, Robyn Davenport, Sheri Schlecte, Pam Hurley, Rose Vardiman, Donna Bishop, Row 3: Ginna 
Johnson Jana Bigby, Lisa Brewer, Ruth Patterson, Jessica Mitcham, Elizabeth Rathburn, Amy Smith, Sheri Gipson, 
Elizabeth Ruddy, Robin Ray, Joni Hardy, Row 4: Holly Green, Tammy Graham, Dori Zirkel, Lori Mayfield, Laura 
Irene Patterson, Paige Cavanaugh, Cindy Batot, Laura Scott, Kristen Radford, Rhonda Radford, Jennifer Stokes, Row 5: 
Libis Morse, Julie Reeves, Betty Gibbs, Brooke Burris, Karen Hays, Katie Grant, Jennie Jones, Molly Newcomer, Julie 
Hardy, Jennifer Robberson, Debbie Van Dyke, Bottom Row: Stacey Brecht, Sally Ross, Lynn Douglass, Julie Tunnell, 
Katey O'Hara, Susan Stevens, Beth Stockham. 




The Supremes minus Diana . . . Sara Rushing and Mimi Pratt. 





Pledge Sisters . . . Jessica Mitcham, Elizabeth Rathburn, Laura Smith, 
and Debbie Van Dyke. 



Dori Wiles and Sally Ross. 



Founded in 1911, the Theta Epsilon -Chapter of 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



sponsored a Spaghetti Dinner to raise money for 

the Austin Battered Women's Shelter and raised 

money for a $750 scholarship to be given to a 

Southwestern woman. With Catherine Spezia as 

president, the Tri-Delts won Kappa Alpha Derby 

Day and many intramurals sports. 




Fall 1984 Pledge Class: Tracey Weir, Nikki Hottendorf, Am 
Kane (pledge trainer), Liz Hill, Sylvia Sydow, Robin Bily, 
Michelle Moore. 




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Top Row: Mary Akin, Lori Miller, Karen Franta, Mindy Lackey, Erica Swords, Amy Kane, Leslie Williamson, Jennifer 
Oden, Sally Shuford, Shannon Taylor, Mishann Johnson, Nikki Hottendorf, Betty Brashear, Nancy Smith, Jackie Siders, 
Row 2: Kate Butler, Karen Monk, Anita Brown, Elizabeth Hoke, Stacy Chiesa, Tracey Weir, Paige Pelt, Karen Sahl, 
Lorinda Bushong, Row 3: Jennie Candish, Susan Williams, Kelly Kimbrough, Elisabeth "Buffy" Evans, Laura Phelps, 
Stephanie Sunseri, Cindy Stanley, Holly Sylvester, Michelle Moore, Row 4: Robin Bily, Catherine Spezia, Tina Grant, 
Lisa Kwon, Katie Parvin, Diane Crucian, Beth Fenton, Amy Hutchinson, Laurie Greer, Bottom Row: Liz Hill, Angela 
Reid, Cheryl Ransone, Larissa Pickens, Alison Smith. 



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Laurie Greer and Jill Hagar. 







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Buffy Evans 




Susan Bowerman and Doug Wipff. 



Karen Franta at Homecoming. 



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The Gamma Zeta Chapter of 



DELTA ZETA 



was established at Southwestern in 1946, the most 

recent of any Greek social organization. With 

Debra Carmack as President, the Delta Zetas 

competed in Homecoming Sing and the parade. 




Amy Miller and Susan Hook ready for the Sig Homecoming 
Parade. 





Top Row: Lori Wingfield, Kristi Wright, Laura Riggs, Regina Ball, Susan Hook, Martha Delair, Lisa Head, Row 2: 
Leigh Ann Walker, Catherine Dale, Karen Willis, Lisa Ravert, Jahnette Nelson, Martha Joe Nichol, Marilyn Lane, 
Peggy Hailey, Amy Miller, Row 3: Ann Minter, Melinda Murphy, Amanda Testa, Natali Wilson, Holli Leggett, Donna 
Hastings, Ruth Davis, Angie Boswell. NOT PICTURED: Debra Carmack, Margie Collings, Kim Crenwelge, Traci 
Dattalo, Kim Davis, Marilyn Lane, Lorna Lawrence, Deneece Lawrence, Erin Little, Sharon McCrary, Jennifer Moeser, 
Danna Raley, Teresa Rask, Karen Reed, Patti Ross, Carmen Shultz, Sonya Smith, Donna Taylor, Betsy Tieman, Kim 
Dykes Traylor, Laura Yaple. 



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Glenda McMullan, Regina Ball, Melinda Murphy, Kristi Wright 




Kristi Wright, Melinda 


Murphy, Theresa Rask. 








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Susan Hook, Martha Delair, Kim Davis. 



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Deena Houghton, Susan Hook, Amy Miller, Carolyn Pharr, Lisa Ravert. 



Lambda Chapter of 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



was established at Southwestern in 1906. 

Karen Dailey was President this year when 

the Zetas sponsored a Volleyball-a-thon to 

raise money for Debbie Williamson to go try 

out for the U.S. Olympic Volleyball Team, 

and they placed second in the Homecoming 

Sing competition. 




1985 Spring Pledge Class 




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Top Row: Tish McLelland, Lizzette Gonzales, Chrissie Moulds, Donna Syvertson, Karen Dailey (Pres.), Maria Beckley, Gerry Wiggins, Carol Shiller, 
Samantha Zika, Sue Sommermeyer, Lydia Andrade, Paula Trietsch, Delma Lopez, Colleen Whitmore, Sarah Hyde, Linda Stemple, Row 2: Middle 
Wells, Kathy Troy, Tammy Frihart, Karen Kuczaj, Rachel Merrill, Kathy Dunn, Benet Younger, Leslie Parke, Fronye Gober, Row 3: Michelle Mucha, 
Kelly Hoots, Dawn Simmons, Amy McKnight, Beth Powell, Carrie Helmcamp, Patricia Rickey, Laura Herrin, Bottom Row: Michaela Harris, Tara 
Hulse, Sandy Smith, Elyn Honts, Susan Eastland, Tracy Walker, Susan McAdams. NOT PICTURED: Sue Ahn, Sarah Berthold, Pam Campbell, Cara 
Dedear, Carol Fleuriet, Dawn Kubala, Liz Lane, Linda Lawler, Rebecca Lincoln, Lori Longacre, Cindy Lund, Gaye Morrison, Sheryl Nix, Jennifer 
Peel, Becky Ramirez, Laurie Sprinkle. 




Spring pledges before the pose. 




Colleen Whitmore, Tara Hulse, Lydia Andrade, Sue Ahn, Laura Merrill, Cindy Lund, Karen 
Dailey, Sarah Berthold. 





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Xi Chapter of 



KAPPA ALPHA 



was established at Southwestern in 1883, making it the 

oldest Greek organization on campus. This year, with 

Rob Galloway as President the Kappa Alpha Order had 

their traditional Tequila and Longneck bash in the Fall 

and Old South in the Spring in South Padre. The 

Spring pledges ran Derby Day for the women pledges in 

February. 







Beauregard . . . rest in peace. 




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tow: Robert Zearf ••. .d Maier;-0^ffHidc' . Mike Moore, Michelle Fincher, Tres Morris, Lori Pate, Cindy 
uunu, Kelly Henderson, Greg Caudell, Joni Willis (198^5 Rose), John Luce, Lori Miller, Kelly Kaye King, Mark 
Mann, Lee Vandruff, Keith Rook, Pete Akin, Bottom Row: Russell Klawunn, Chris Carlson, Jim Weatherford, Joe 
Evans', Rob Potter, George Hutchinson, Bruce Beasley, Seated, Top Row: Julie Tunnell, Russell Martin, Rob Galloway, 
Dori Wiles, Karol Moye, Karen Dailey, Row 2: Laurie Sprinkle, Anita Brown, Mary Akin, Rhonda Radford, Jennifer 
Peel, Row 3: Peter Hirsch, John Hill, Jay Huddleston, Mickael Weir, Todd Flagg, Wayne Sorrell, Nick Schwarzenbach, 
WillGlaspy, NOT Pictured: Whitney Anderson, Craig Carroll, Rich Frymire, Joey Giminez, Steve Katsurinis, Henry 
Krusekopf, Jesse Lazenby, Frank Leffingwell, Gene Leposki, Wes Millican, Jon Morris, Tracy Phillips, Jeff Shell, Kenny 
Simon. Garv Vasauez. Wick Wolk. 




Mike Moore. 




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Sarah Hyde and Bruce Beasley. 




Ted Maier. 



George Hutchinson. 



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The Iota Chapter of 



KAPPA SIGMA 



was established at Southwestern in 1886. This year, with 

Lawrence Thorne as president, the Sigs sponsored the 

Homecoming parade, the fraternity Little Sister 

volleyball tournament, and the annual Rum and Reggae 

party in the Fall. 




Debbie Van Dyke and Scott Clearman 




Top now: Seott Pass. Michelle Castillo. Susan HoW^PPHf ■ \ >***ft;\\ u:v .<( Jennie Jones Jaap 

Suermondt, Jackson Jones. Patrick "Goob" Fitzgerald, Lawrence Thorne. Laura STnTft. Kenny Aslakson Jose Castillo, 
Margaret Wilson, Rich Lawlor. Row 2: Kevin White. Karen Schroedcr, Jill Johnson. Debbie Van Dyke Pan, Hurley, 
Travis Mathis D Regine Reynolds-Cornell, Mishann Juhnson. Jessica Mitcham. Elizabeth Rathburn Mike Williams, 
RutrPattc^n, MarvWaJh Wellmaker, Row 3: Russell Kirkscey, Will McCall Graham Munns, Doug McLa en, 
Blake Hail James John Pennoni, Mike Young. Tim McGarity, Front Row: Scott Clearman, Cary Ray, Bran Walsh. 



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Scott Pass. 




Scott Clearman, Sig Homecoming Queen. 




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Michelle Castillo and Kenny Aslakson. 



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With Mike Middleton as President, the Texas Gamma Chapter 

of 



PHI DELTA THETA 



(established in 1886) sponsored the Phi Delta Theta Charity 

Softball Tournament and won second place in the Homecoming 

Sing competition, with a tribute to Walt Disney. 




Top Row: Mike Middleton, Clayton Haley, Mike Cavers, Rob Staton, Dennis Heath, Frank Pelosi, Tyler Hunter, Chris 
Medlenka, Steve Lescher, Phil Ricker, Tim McLaughlin, Hix Hardy, Bruce Winters, Dave Holland, Keane Fedosky, Al 
Mulick, David Fisher, Marion Lawler, Jeff Lacy, Row 2: Keith Barber, Happy Weitzel, Mark DeVaney, Bruce Hurley, 
Ted Ellis, David Backus, Dan Boobar, Kip Cascio, Eddie Wallum, Mark Edgar, Front Row: Jim Neaville, Ray Martinez, 
Jimmy Kipple, Mike Patronella, Tim Sturm, Jon Rice, Jim McKay, Guy Fisher. NOT PICTURED: Jim Harycki, Mike 
Hazell, Perry Bolger, Austin Connell, Hal Cromwell, Gaylon Morris, Jamie Royce, Neil Grant, Bill Jordan, Stu Barnett, 
Scott Bailey, Bill Green, Kelly Forester, Brad Allen, Scott Butler, Bill Ehrhart, Alex Perches, David Day, Corey 
Anderson. 



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Keith Barber graduating. 



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Tim McLaughlin. 



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The Alpha Omicron Chapter of 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



was founded at Southwestern in 1919. This year, with 

Kevin Latz as President in the Fall and Kevin 

Lungwitz as President in the Spring, the Pikes 

competed in and won both the Homecoming Parade 

and Sing, and sponsored the Jerry Lewis Muscular 

Dystrophy Telethon in Georgetown on Labor Day. 





Paul Solomon and Mark Lewis. 




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Top Row: Greg Warmink, Mark Graves, Chris Speier, Paul Franz, Mike West, Paul Witmer, Butch Adams, Dan 
Johnson, Brett Wells, Row 2: (standing): Kevin Lungwitz, Morgan Cawthon, Cal Johnson, Mike Matzinger, Greg Dyar, 
Glover Johnson, Matt Henry, Brian Wieters, Jeff Wang, Greg Kirkpatrick, John Baldwin, Glen Watson, Mark Rawlins, 
Randy Bowden, Brian Eastland, Steve Bass, Dwayne Stevens, Row 3: Brock Curry, Dan Larriviere, Johnny Maberry, 
Kent Pickering, David Rowe, James Gaeta, Paul Solomon, Ken Garcia, John Davies, Norman Franco, Ted Kehoe, Mike 
Lade, Chris Caron, Frankie Elliot, Peter Chang, Randy Monk, Front Row: Steve Smith, (thinking), Roger Brandt 
(thinking), John Adams (thinking), Jay Nowlin, Jimmy Nichols, Peter Soria, James Morrison, Mike Kasmiersky, Noel 
Sy. 





Presidents Kevin Latz and Roy Shilling. 



Kevin Latz, Paul Witmer, Kevin Lung 



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S.U. SINGERS 



led by Mr. Roussaki, had a number of special performances this year in addition to singing in regular 

Chapel services every Thursday morning. 




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Top Row Glenda McMullan, James Gaeta, Dan Johnson, Randy Stutes, Eric Stewart, Robert Green, Paul Malson, 
Andrew James Brock Curry, George Brightwell, Paul Solomon, Karen Winn, Martha Delair, Elizabeth Wheeler, Row 2: 
Nancy Wofford Peggy Hailey, Stu Roberts, Julie Mayne, Kathy Troy, John Davies, Jimmy Nichols, Peter Sona, Ross 
Taylor Sharon Shumway, Phyllis Rust, Amy Head, Kathy Weber, Betty Gibbs, Row 3: Robert Schley, Carolyn Pharr, 
Katherine Kearley Patricia Rickey, Tracy Harting, Natali Wilson, Randy Monk, Rafael Palaganas, Mike Lade, Laura 
Riggs Tim Murray, Holli Leggett, Danna Raley, Melinda Murphy, Sally Ross, Patti Ross, Lisa Warren, Mr. Roussaki, 
Row 4- Beth Stockham, Colleen Whitmore, Paula Carden, Sheri Gipson, Joni Hardy, James Bass, Alicia Lantz, Laura 
Yaple, Debbie Mittanck, Desiree Stanley, Kim Davis, Row 5 (Seated): Polly Morrison, Jackie Siders, Margo Porter, 
Amanda Testa, Kathy Damman, Susan McAdams, Margaret Parker. 



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PSI CHI 



is the National Honor Society in psychology, founded in 1929 for the purpose of encouraging, 

stimulating, and maintaining scholarship in psychology. Psi hi is an affiliate of the American 

Psychological Association and a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. 









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Top Row: Cal Johnson, Dr. Jesse Purdy, Kristy Harrell, Rebecca Fortnam, Dwayne Stevens, Jan Perkins, Karen Monk, 
Holly Sylvester, Row 2: Karen Hanna, Jennie Candish, Andrea Burleson, Beth Salerno, Laurie Sprinkle, Jennifer Peel, 
Shonali Jacob. 



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ALPHA CHI, 



a national undergraduate scholarship society, formerly known as the Southwestern University Scholarship 
Society was founded at Southwestern in 1922. Its objectives are the stimulation, development, and recognition 
of scholarship. Members of the Texas Alpha Chapter are elected from among the top ten percent of the Junior 
and Senior classes. 









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Top Row; James Boger, Jaap Suermondt, Sheila LeDoux, Teresa Peacock, Sheryl Crenshaw, Susan Hook, Keith 
Coe, Mike Middleton, FrankPelosi, Row 2: Brent Farney, Pete Kennedy, Michael Weir Jim Harvey, Sara Rushing, 
Carmen Sbultz, Maggie Hernandez, Lillian Boren, Amy Williams, Robert Sch lej , Lon Miller , Kelly Hendereon 
Row 3- Brian Risinger, Kianoush Kian, Karen Monk, Cal Johnson, Laura Mae Adam, Vicki Wood, Donna Paty, 
John Janssen, Mark Hsaio, Row 4: Ruth Davis, Francoise Mouroux, Sylvia Sydow. 



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SOUTHWESTERN 

CONCERT 

BAND 










Back Row: Jana Johns. Cathy Valdez, Holli Leggett, Sum Smith, Brian Eastland, Brian Walsh. Mike 
Middleton, Kevin Lungwitz, Row 2: Jimmy Kipple, Paul Vestal. Tracy Harting. John Villafana, Randy Monk, 
ken Garcia. Monroe Walker. Jim Giroux, Keith Coc, Joe Trietsch, Paul Venable, Whitney Anderson. Rachel 
Merrill. Steve Self. Beth Powell, Ted Kehoe, Laurie Fisher, Deni Vidaurri, Row 3: Anne Stolle, Delma 
Lopez, Shannon Lawler, Amy Head. Julia Clark. Ann Minter, Marilee Frazee. Angela Boswell, Trudi 
Kollmann, Sarah Berthold, John Janssen, Michelle Vanacek, Brian Kinkade, Row 4: Lisa Ravcrt, Hollv King. 
Martha DeLair, Debra Carmack, Angela Reid, mSm BEl § | ■ BM& 



jMefoida Murph 





ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



is a professional Business fraternity whose membership is open to all Business majors and 
minors. Rush is conducted in the Spring to pledge new members into the fraternity. 




Top Row: Dr. Ruth Taylor, Frederick Taggart, Randy Massey, David Wyborny, Mike West, Mike Kasmiersky, 
Greg Kirkpatrick, Keith Rook, Andrew Yang, Steve Smith, Reed Hartzog, Dorita Hatchett, Andrea Burleson, Row 
2: Kim Crenwelge, Dawn Simmons, Carol Shiller, Margie Collins, Linda Grapski, Rosalie Fedor, Anita Brown, 
Karen Dailey, Row 3: Robbie Ramirez, Teresa Peacock, Lin Penniman, Debra Schroeder, Lillian Boren, Jennifer 
Sullivan, Lisa Kaindl, Row 4: Erin Little, Dawn Jenkyn, Debra Walther, Judy Clapp, Lisa Brewer, Lisa Caviel. 
(Noi Pictured: Neal Burt, Matt Garwick, Norma Juarez, Rebecca Lincoln, Lori Pate, Kathy Rollins, Elizabeth 
Ruddy, Cliff Tuttle, Eddy Wallum, Julie Clark, Dr. Roberts, Dr. Giesecke, Dr. Imke.) 



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THE SCIENCE 
SOCIETY 

is an organization of advanced students who 

have at least 30 hours of science courses 

(biology, chemistry, physics, math), as well as a 

3.0 grade point average (cumulative) and a 

majority vote of the undergraduate 

membership. 




Paul Vestal, James Morrison, Frank Pelosi, Jim Harvey, Bob Boger, Kianoush Kian, Dr. Roeder, Keith Coe. Row 2: 
Steve Lescher, Paige Cavanaugh, Catherine Spezia, Laurie Greer, Michelle Vanacek, Francoise Mouroux, Margaret 
Gregorczyk, Bottom Row: Dr. H. Jacob, Mike Middleton (Pres.), Mark Hsaio, Sammy Vick, Kent Pickering, Stephanie 
Gartner, Jeff Wang, Nancy Bostrom, Carmen Shultz, Dr. Bob Morgan. 



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PI DELTA PHI 



the National French Honor Society, is open to all persons who meet the academic require- 
ments set down by the Society. Students are nominated in recognition of their academic 
achievements in French above four semesters with at least a 3.0 average in French and a 2.8 
cumulative average. 




Members: Cecilia Pahlsson, Ian Purcell, Robert Schley, Amy Miller, Martha Joe Nichol, Deena Houghton, Brent 
Farney, Tammy Roest, Susan Hook, Franciose Mouroux. 



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With strong leadership and a desire to make 
a real difference on campus this year, 



STUDENT SENATE 



Executive Board: John Hill, Comm.; Jimmy Kipple, Comm.; 
Tiffany Hillin, Sect.; Kathy Dunn, V.P.; Pete Kennedy, 
President. 



ran a coop book sale, made statements 
concerning SAGA's use of food for decoration, 
the Administration's stance concerning Mr. 
Mariano Diaz-Miranda, and upheld the right 
of free speech in the student plays. 




Top RowJaap Suermondt, Bob Boger, Brian Kinkade, Rick Whittaker, Keith Coe, Steve Sergiovanni, Nick 
Schwarzenbach, John Hill, Cynthia Burton Row 2: Maggie Puskarich, Pete Kennedy, Ted Bose, Kathy Dunn, Paula 
Trietsch, Tracy Harting, Corey Anderson, Jimmy Kipple, Row 3: Caroline Jones, Jennifer Trost, Tiffany Hillin, Robert 
Schley, Garett Marshall. 



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Established at Southwestern in 1983 to 
promote work in the theatre, 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



is open to Theatre majors and minors who 

meet the requirements of the organization 

and are voted upon favorably by the 

members. This year, John Luce was 

President while Candy Baimbridge was 

Vice President. 




Officers. 




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Darcy McFadden, Scott Holliman, Joel Laurin, John Luce, Rob Corn, Julie Salstrom, Rob Ranee, Tracy Mayer, 
Kenny Simon, Martha Byron, Laura Sprinkle, Colleen Burke, Sheila LeDoux, Candy Baimbridge, Andrea Adams, 
Amy Harris. 




One of Lillian Hellman's greatest plays, 



THE CHILDREN'S HOUR 



was produced by the Mask and Wig Players in 
the Fall, with Michelle Fincher (Best Actress) as 
Martha Dobie and Dori Zirkel as Karen Wright. 
In the story, Martha and Karen are 
schoolteachers whose lives are ruined by the 
rumor, spread by Mary Tilford (played by Amy 
Harris), that they are homosexuals. Other cast 
members included: Candy Baimbridge as Mrs. 
Lily Mortar, Sandra Lerma as Rosalie Wells, 
Jeff Anderson as Dr. Joseph Cardin, Clare Foster 
as Agatha, Julie Brister as Mrs. Amelia Tilford, 
and Rob Ranee as a grocery boy. 



Dori Zirkel, Julie Brister, and Michelle Fincher. 



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Karen (Dori (Zirkel) and Martha (Michelle Fincher) confront their accusers. 







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THE MISER, 

Moliere's rollicking comedy about 

stinginess, was presented by the Mask 

and Wig Players in November. Mike 

Swearingen played Harpagon, the 

Miser, who tyrannizes his own 

children in his determination to make 

money. Other Cast members included: 

Michelle Fincher as Elise, John Luce 

as Cleante, Kenny Simon as Valere, 

Candy Baimbridge as Frosine the 

matchmaker, Julie Sahlstrom as 

Mariane, Tom Orr as Master Jacques, 

Larry Ruffo as La Fleche, Ted Bose 

as Master Simon, and Richard 

Standifer as the magistrate. 




John Luce and Mike Swearingen. 



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Michelle Fincher and Kenny Simon. 



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With Mary Rodgers' music (Richard Rodgers' daughter), 



ONCE UPON A MATTRESS 



was a big hit, playing over Parents' Weekend in February. The play Is a musical version of the story 
of the Princess and the Pea, in which a girl must prove that she is a princess before she can marry 
the prince, Dauntless the Drab (played by Jeff Anderson). Queen Aggravain (Tracy Mayer) gives 
Princess Winnifred (Candy Baimbridge) the ultimate test of being a princess by testing her sensitivity 
to one small pea under 20 mattresses. Other members of the cast included: Tom Orr as King 
Sextimus, the Silent, Amy Harris as the Minstrel, Darcy McFadden as Sir Harry, Lisa Shenk as 
Lady Larken, and Mike Wearingen as the court wizard. 




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Run by Ben Sherman, the 

UNION PROGRAM 
COUNCIL 



sponsors programs, performers, and 

expetitions to places such as the 

Texas Renaissance Festival and 

Enchanted Rock. Dave Wopat, 

Edward Jackman, and Jed Clampit 

were only some of the performers the 

UPC sponsored this year. 




UPC sponsored trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival. 




Members of the Union Program Council: Katherine Kearley, Rob Corn, Ruth Davis, Jim Harvey, Tim McGarity, 
Jennifer Trost, Brian Kinkade, Heather Britt, Becky Ramirez, Ted Bose, Beverly Couzens. 



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Margie Sikes was sponsor and Sarah Hyde was President of the 1984-85 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



which oversees all of the sororities' activities. It functions as an overarching structure to further the 
goals, aims, and rules of the women's Greek system. The 1984 Panhellenic Councilmembers were: 
Sarah Hyde, Dori Zirkel, Larissa Pickens, and Erin Little. 




New members for 1985- Julie Tunnell, Delma Lopez, Kristi Wright, Catherine Dale, Robin Bily, Susan McAdams, 
Katie Parvin, Jennifer Stokes. 



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CARDINAL KEY 



is a national leadership honorary for women, based on scholarship, participation, and leadership in 
campus activities. This year Cardinal Key chose Jennie Jones and Laura Patterson as most 

outstanding sophomore and freshman women. 




Top Row: Lori Miller, Karen Franta, Mary Akin, Kelly Henderson, Sara Rushing, Linda Kleihage, Karen Monk, Amy 
Miller, Sheryl Crenshaw, Row 2: Sandy Smith, Ruth Davis, Colleen Whitmore, Gayle Rigsby, Elaine Warmink, Dori 
Zirkel, Laurie Greer, (Pres.), Sheila LeDoux, Row 3: Kim Crenwelge, Carol Shiller, Ellen Monk, Brenda Vick, Betty 
Gibbs, Catherine Spezia, Jennie Candish. 



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Under the editorship of Brent Farney, 



THE MEGAPHONE 



was the best it has been in many years. It included pro- 
con articles on controversial topics, a weekly column by 
Jay Huddleston, features by Heidi Lewis, Elaine 
Marshall, Cecilia Pahlsson, Ben Jackson, and Brent 
Farney, photography by Jasper Wesseling and the 
University News Service, and an editorial page which 
dealt with pertinent campus issues. 



The staff. 



, « -JJ ' • A 




Elaine Marshall, Heidi Lewis, Jasper Wesseling, Ben Jackson, Editor Brent Farney, Garett Marshall, Jay Huddleston, 
Gerald Cantor. 



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Founded in 1979 to serve the students and the 

University, the 



STUDENT FOUNDATION 



is dedicated to the advancement of Southwestern 

through recruitment, alumni activities, and public 

relations. With sponsor Mary Beth Karr, the 

Student Foundation set up Parents' Weekend, 

Homecoming, the Phonathon, and Senior 

Challenge. 



President - Sam Smith 

Secretary - Betty Gibbs 

Committee Chairpersons: 

Homecoming - Catherine Spezia 

Phonathon - Mary Akin 

Parents' Weekend - Keith Barber 

Senior Challenge - Sheri Hassler 

Special Events - Shonali Jacob 





Just watch this. 




How 'bout $5000? 





O.K., $5. 



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Back Row: Jan Perkins, Beth Yandell, Rob Galloway, Larissa Pickens, Jeff Lacy, Brent Farney, 
Third Row: Nikki Hottendorf, Karen Franta, Mary Akin, Shonali Jacob, Laurie Greer, Anna 
Abraham, Sheri Hassler, Second Row: Scarlett Moss, David Rowe, David Fisher, Brenda Vick, 
Mary Cay Willis, First Row: Keith Barber, Catherine Spezia, Steve Bass, Betty Gibbs, Sam Smith. 
NOT PICTURED: Kevin Lungwitz, Mike Williams, Jackie Siders, Debra Carmack, David Holland, 
Happy Weitzel, Paul Witmer, Dori Zirkel. 




ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 



is a national Black sorority, founded January 15, 
1908, at Howard University, which has not been 
established here at Southwestern. Adrianne Jones is a 
general member of AKA since there is no chapter 
here, but with a rising Black consciousness and 
population, she is hoping to establish a chapter here 
soon. 



Adrianne Jones. 




EBONY 



is an organization to 
promote greater unity 
among Blacks and the 
Southwestern community, 
and a greater awareness 
and appreciation of Black 
culture. 



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With men living in McCullough this year, the 



WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL 



included one male representative. House Council sponsored a formal dance in the Fall and study 

breaks for the residents throughout the year. 



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Julie Mayne, Ross Taylor, Jill Hagar, Teresa Deal, Caroline Jones, Amy Miller, Wendy Williams, Beth Stockham, Sue 
Sommermeyer, Kim Sheffield. 



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THE MOOD-HERITAGE 
MUSEUM 



was established in 1978 after the remodeling of Mood- 
Bridwell Hall. The museum has approximately 3925 items, 
including a collection of fossils, prehistoric Indian 
artifacts, early American tools, and items of historical 
significance for Georgetown and Southwestern. The special 
exhibits, which are changed about once per semester, 
included Polo in Georgetown, Chatauqua meetings in 
Georgetown, and a May fete at Southwester which 
became a tradition in the 1920s and was highly publicized 
all over the state. 



m 




Greek vase. 




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Working with the Wesleyan 
Home, the 

ADOPT A 
GRANDPARENT 

organization began this year with 

the efforts of Ellen Monk and 

Jennifer Stokes. The 

"Grandparents" put on a musical 

performance in May to entertain 

the students and to express their 

gratitude to those who were 

involved in the program. 






Part of the Wesleyan Rhythm Band. 




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I V ® 



pseudo-Greek for I Phelta Thi, is 
an organization primarily because 
they have matching jerseys. Made 
up for fun by the basketball team, 
its membership is restricted to the 
players on the 1985 Championship 
S.U. Pirates Men's Basketball 
Team. Wally Meyer was 
"president" of this very elite group. 




Troy Bijou, Jeff McClain, Wally Meyer, Bruce Lewis, Jim Rathburn, Jeff Kaman, Paul Williams, Danny Whitteaker, 
Kerry Zastoupil, Tom Sweeney. 



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INDEPENDENTS 




Charlie Hart, Allen Bijou, Randy Stutes, John Evans, Stu Roberts, Soren Diaz, Bob Wilson, Carol Shiller, Tim Murray, 
Harriss Currie, Eric Coe, Joyce Obar, Monica Krieg. (Not Pictured - Paul Malson, Head Resident, Steve Smith.) 



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Cheryl Sutherland, Anna Cooper, Carol King, Karen Winn, Natalie Marshall, 
Heidi Lewis. 




Christina Kipple, Cheryl Sutherland, Karen Winn, Angela Denny, Natalie Marshall. 



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HONORS 



FALL 1984 DEAN'S DISTINCTION LIST 



LAURA MAE ADAM 
EDWARD PETER AKIN IV 
MARY H. AKIN 
CHRISTINA K. ANDERSON 
LYDIA ANDRADE 
AZIZAH AZIZ 
MELINDA BAKER 
AMY BARLOW 
BRUCE BEASLEY 
JAMES ROBERT BOGER 
DANIEL BOOBAR 
LILLIAN BOREN 
NANCY SUE BOSTROM 
ANGELA BOSWELL 
LISA BRADLEY 
MARCIA BRANSTETTER 
BRENDA BUCHANAN 
ANDREA BURLESON 
CHRIS CARLSON 
DEBRA CARMACK 
SCOTT CARRELL 
GREGORY CAUDELL 
KEITH COE 
BRIAN CRESSMAN 
HAROLD A. CROMWELL 
RUTH DAVIS 
THERESA DEAL 
SOREN DIAZ 
KATHERINE DUNN 
BRIAN EASTLAND 
SUSAN EASTLAND 
DIANE EBERT 
WADE ETHEREDGE 
L. BRENT FARNEY 
JULIANA GILEAU 
DAVID GILES 
SHERI GIPSON 
MARGARET GREGORCZYK 
JILL HAGAR 
STEVEN HALES 
CLAYTON HALEY 
JULIE HARDY 



TRACY HARTING 
LISA HEAD 
KELLY HENDERSON 
MARIA HERNANDEZ 
AUDREY HESELMEYER 
STEVEN HEYDUCK 
TIFFANY HILLIN 
ANNE HOSKIN 
MARK HSAIO 
TYLER HUNTER 
R. BRUCE HURLEY 
CHRIS IMMEL 
JOSEPH IRIZARRY 
SHONALI JACOB 
KEVIN JANAK 
JOHN JANSSEN 
DANIEL JOHNSON 
CAROLINE JONES 
JENNIE JONES 
KAREN KANTRALIS 
MICHAEL KEAHEY 
KATHERINE KEARLEY 
JEFFREY ALAN KEE 
PETER DREW KENNEDY 
KIANOUSH KIAN 
KELLY KIMBROUGH 
HOLLY KING 
TERRI KRENEK 
JEFF LACY 
MICHAEL LADE 
ALICIA LARITZ 
SHEILA LEDOUX 
PAMELA LESTER 
KEVIN LUNGWITZ 
RHONDA MACKIN 
MELISSA MARCOM 
JOHN MARTIN 
JULIE MAYNE 
J. ALAN MCDOWELL 
NANCY MCQUISTION 
CYNTHIA MERRILL 
AMY MILLER 



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• 3.6 Average, Fall 1984 Grades. 



FALL 1984 DEAN'S DISTINCTION LIST 



LORI MILLER 
DEBORAH MITTANCK 
ELLEN MONK 
KAREN MONK 
CHRISTINE MOULDS 
FRANCOISE MOUROUX 
TIMOTHY MURRAY 
MATTHEW NAISER 
MOLLY NEWCOMER 
ANNE NGO 
MARTHA JOE NICHOL 
SHERYL NIX 
JOHN NOWLIN 
JENNIFER ODEN 
MORRISSON PARROTT 
KATIE PARVIN 
DONNA PATY 
TERESA PEACOCK 
JENNIFER PEEL 
FRANK PELOSI 
JAN PERKINS 
KIRSTEN PETERSON 
DONNA PICKARD 

B. KENT PICKERING 
IAN PURCELL 

JOE RAMIREZ 
ELIZABETH RATHBURN 
LEA ANN REAM 
JON C. RICE 
LAURA RIGGS 
A. GAYLE RIGSBY 
SARA RUSHING 
ELIZABETH SALERNO 
ROBERT SCHLEY 

C. JEFF SCHNEIDER 
DEBRA SCHROEDER 
JOANNA SELLERS 
SHARON SHUMWAY 
DAWN SIMMONS 
JO ANN SIPTAK 
SAM SMITH 
SANDRA SMITH 



SONYA SMITH 
LAURA SPRINKLE 
RICHARD STANDIFER 
H. JAAP SUERMONDT 
JENNIFER SULLIVAN 
SYLVIA SYDOW 
HOLLY SYLVESTER 
ROSS TAYLOR 
MICHELLE VANACEK 
BRENDA VICK 
SAMMY VICK 
DENISE VIDAURRI 
WILLIAM WALKER 
RANDY WALSH 
DAVID WALTER 
DEBORAH WALTHER 
ELAINE WARMINK 
GLENN WATSON 
DANIEL WEEDEN 
MICHAEL R. WEIR, JR. 
TRACEY WEIR 
HARRY WEITZEL 
D. BRET WELLS 
RIMMON C. WHITTAKER 
GERALDINE WIGGINS 
MICHAEL WILLIAMS 
PAUL WILLIAMS 
DEBORA WILLIAMSON 
MARY CATHERINE WILLIS 
KAREN WINN 
PAUL WITMER 
VICKI WOOD 
JEFF WRIGHT 
KRISTI WRIGHT 
KELLEY YAMKA 
G. BETH YANDELL 
ROBERT ZEARFOSS 
MARCI ZINK 
PATRICIA ZODY 



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SPRING 1985 DEAN'S DISTINCTION LIST 



LAURA MAE ADAM 
ANDREA ADAMS 
E. PETE AKIN, IV 
MARY H. AKIN 
LYDIA ANDRADE 
JOHN L. ASH 
LISA AU ANGER 
AZIZAH AZIZ 
CANDACE BAIMBRIDGE 
MELINDA BAKER 
DAVID BAKKER 
RONALD BALLARD 
STEPHEN BASS 
CINDY BATOT 
BRUCE BEASLEY 
JAMES R. BOGER 
DANIEL BOOBAR 
LILLIAN BOREN 
NANCY BOSTROM 
ANGELA BOSWELL 
MARCIA BRANSTETTER 
ANITA BROWN 
BRENDA BUCHANAN 
COLLEEN BURKE 
CHRISTOPHER CARLSON 
DEBRA CARMACK 
SCOTT CARRELL 
J. ELAINE CASKEY 
STACY CHIESA 
DEBORAH CLAWSON 
SHERYL CRENSHAW 
BRIAN CRESSMAN 
T. TIMOTHY CROW 
DIANE CRUCIAN 
KIMBERLY DAVIS 
THERESA DEAL 
E. SOREN DIAZ 
KATHERINE DUNN 
ADRIENNE EARLS 
SUSAN N. EASTLAND 
DIANE EBERT 



WADE B. ETHEREDGE 
JOHN R. EVANS 
CLAIRE FOSTER 
MARILEE FRAZEE 
ROB L. GALLOWAY 
STEPHANIE GARTNER 
SHERI GIPSON 
JAMES GIROUX 
WILL R. GLASPY 
TAMMY GRAHAM 
JANIECE GRAY 
ROBERT W. GREEN 
MARGARET GREGORCZYK 
PATRICIA GRIMMER 
PATRICK E. HAAS 
JILL C. HAGAR 
STEVEN HALES 
AMY L. HARRIS 
KELLY HENDERSON 
LISA HENNINGTON 
MARIA HERNANDEZ 
AUDREY HESELMEYER 
TIFFANY HILLIN 
DAVID G. HOLLAND 
SUSAN HOOK 
BARBARA HORAN 
MARK HSIAO 
PAMELA G. HURLEY 
SARAH HYDE 
CHRIS IMMEL 
SHONALI JACOB 
CHRISTOPHER JANNING 
JOHN J. JANSSEN 
W. CAL JOHNSON 
A. DEAN JONES 
JENNIE K. JONES 
NORMA JUAREZ 
KATHERINE KEARLEY 
KIMBERLY KELLER 
PETER D. KENNEDY 
KIANOUSH KIAN 



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SPRING 1985 DEAN'S DISTINCTION LIST 



KELLY KIMBROUGH 
HOLLY M. KING 
BRIAN KINKADE 
MARY ELIZABETH KOCKS 
JEFF A. LACY 
ALICIA LARITZ 
KEVIN H. LATZ 
JOEL LAURIN 
PAMELA G. LESTER 
ANITA LIGHTFOOT 
MELISSA MARCOM 
ELAINE MARSHALL 
JOHN P. MARTIN 
JULIE MAYNE 
CHRIS MEDLENKA 
CYNTHIA MERRILL 
MICHAEL MIDDLETON 
AMY MILLER 
LORI MILLER 
D. RANDY MONK 
ELLEN MONK 
KAREN MONK 
FRANCOISE MOUROUX 
KAROL K. MO YE 
CHRISTOPHER MUIR 
DAWN JENKINS MUNDY 
TIMOTHY MURRAY 
MATTHEW NAISER 
MOLLY NEWCOMER 
MARTHA JOE NICHOL 
HAZEL NOID 
JENNIFER ODEN 
MORRISON PARROTT 
DONNA S. PATY 
TERESA PEACOCK 
JENNIFER PEEL 
LINDA PENNIMAN 
JAN PERKINS 
IAN PURCELL 
JOE RAMIREZ 
ELIZABETH RATHBURN 



LEA ANN REAM 
JON C. RICE 
A. GAYLE RIGSBY 
NANCY C. RUSHING 
SARA J. RUSHING 

C. JEFF SCHNEIDER 
GERALDINE SELDEN 
STEVEN SELF 
JOANNA SELLERS 
STACEY SHACKELFORD 
E. WAYNE SHUFFIELD 
SHARON SHUMWAY 

JO ANN SIPTAK 
SAMUEL J. SMITH 
SONYA SMITH 
PAUL SOLOMON 
CAROLE SPIERING 
LAURA LEE SPRINKLE 
RICHARD STANDIFER 
H. JAAP SUERMONDT 
JENNIFER SULLIVAN 
PATTI SUMMERALL 
ROSS TAYLOR 
MICHELLE VANACEK 
PAUL D. VENABLE 
BRENDA VICK 
SAMMY C. VICK 
DENISE VIDAURRI 
MARCE WALSH 
MICHAEL R. WIER, JR. 
TRACEY WEIR 

D. BRET WELLS 
RIMMON C. WHITTAKER 
DEBORA WILLIAMSON 
LESLIE WILLIAMSON 
MARY CAY WILLIS 
KRISTI WRIGHT 
KELLEY YAMKA 

G. BETH YANDELL 
NANCY YERKES 
KERRY ZASTOUPIL 



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WHO'S WHO 



STEPHEN BASS 
LILLIAN L. BOREN 
K. COLLEEN BURKE 
SHERYL D. CRENSHAW 
L. BRENT FARNEY 
LAURIE M. GREER 
MARGARET J. GREGORCZYK 
STEVEN C. HEYDUCK 
W. CAL JOHNSON 
PETER D. KENNEDY 
KEVIN H. LATZ 
SHEILA M. LEDOUX 
MICHAEL L. MIDDLETON 
TIMOTHY E. MURRAY 
DONNA S. PATY 
TERESA S. PEACOCK 
ROBERT M. SCHLEY 
SAMUEL J. SMITH 
CATHERINE A. SPEZIA 
CAROLE L. SPIERING 
BRENDA J. VICK 
SAMMY C. VICK 
DANIEL S. WEEDEN 
PAUL R. WITMER 
PATRICIA L. ZODY 



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DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS 



BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT: 

Margaret Gregorczyk 
Donna S. Paty 
Michael L. Middleton 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT: 

American Chemical Society A ward Laurie Greer 
Freshman Chemistry Award Michael R. Weir, Jr. 

ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: 

Wall Street Journal Award Lillian L. Boren 
Accounting Excellence A ward Jennifer M. Sullivan 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: 

Nancy K. McQuistion 
Edward P. (Pete) Akin IV 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: 

Lisa Auanger 

Gertrude Solomon French Award Donna S. Paty 

HISTORY DEPARTMENT: 

Patricia L. Zody 
Peter D. Kennedy 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: 

Atkin Memorial Scholarship Patti Summerall 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: 

D'Layne Langlinais 

POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: 

L. Brent Farney 

PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT: 

W. Cal Johnson 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT: 

Mary Starnes Music A ward 

Mikal Hart 

Samuel J. Smith 

Meyer Memorial Composition Award Chris Immel 

THEATRE AND SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT: 

K. Colleen Burke 

Angus Springer Memorial Scholarship Marc Walsh 

STUDENT NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AWARDS: 

J. Timothy Crow 
Mary Cay Willis 
D'Layne Langlinais 
Morrison Parrott 

UNIVERSITY CLUB AWARD: 

Scott A. Carrell 
Ruth A. Davis 
Kristi L. Wright 

DAVID KNOX PORTER PRE-THEOLOGY AWARD: 

Paul R. Witmer 

DELTA OMICRON AWARDS: 

Senior Honor Pin Kimberly K. Davis 

Star of Delta Pin Janice Houy 93 



AWARDS 



KAPPA ALPHA ROSE: Mary H. Akin 

PI KAPPA ALPHA DREAM GIRL: Marci M. Zink 

ZETA TAU ALPHA WHITE VIOLET MAN: Rob Corn 

WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC OUTSTANDING GREEK WOMAN: 

Tara Hulse 

CARDINAL KEY OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN WOMAN: 

Laura Irene Patterson 

CARDINAL KEY OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE WOMAN: 

Jennie Jones 



1984 - 85 BROWN SCHOLARS 



Sheri L. Gipson 
William A. Green 
Holly M. King 
Alicia L. Laritz 



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HONOR GRADUATES 
SUMMA CUM LAUDE 

MIKAL NEAL HART 
DONNA SUE PATY 

MAGNA CUM LAUDE 

CHRISTINA K. ANDERSON 
LILLIAN L. BOREN 
L. BRENT FARNEY 
LAURIE M. GREER 
PETER DREW KENNEDY 
NANCY K. MCQUISTION 
MICHAEL L. MIDDLETON 
IAN M. PURCELL 
ROBERT M. SCHLEY 
CATHERINE A. SPEZIA 
JENNIFER M. SULLIVAN 
SAMMY C. VICK 
ROBERT S. ZEARFOSS 

CUM LAUDE 

JAMES A. GIROUX 
W. CAL JOHNSON 
TIMOTHY E. MURRAY 
TERESA S. PEACOCK 
ROZZIE POLLEX 
KAREN R. REED 
MARK E. SCOTT 
SAMUEL J. SMITH 
PATRICIA L. ZODY 

HONORS THESIS GRADUATES 

MIKAL NEAL HART 
ROBERT M. SCHLEY 



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SPORTS 



It was another good season for the 

VOLLEYBALL 

TEAM 

this year. The Pirates went to the NAIA 

District IV playoffs and ended the season 

there, with a record of 18 wins and 17 

losses. Team honors for the season included 

Debbie Williamson's being named to the 

NAIA first All-American Team and to the 

second All-American Team of the Collegiate 

Volleyball Coaches Association. 




Kim Dykes Traylor sets one up for Carol Schiller. 




1984 S.U. Volleyball - (Top Row) Kim Crenwelge, trainer, Nancy Seiler, Asst. to the Coach, Carol Fleuriet, Pam Campbell, 
Tela Lindsey, Lisa Mensing, Carol Schiller, Ann Hargrove, Jackie Siders, (Manager), Coach Glada Munt. (Row 2) Kim 
Dykes Traylor, Lisa Caviel, Kristy Horton, Monica Krieg, Tina Bachtold, Debbie Williamson. 



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Where did it go? Kim Dykes Traylor. 



Lisa Caviel. 



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Kim Dykes Traylor, Carol Shiller, Coach Munt, Lisa 
Caviel, Debbie Williamson. 





Debbie Williamson, Kristy Horton, and Ann Hargrove 
waiting. 



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Tela Lindsey. 





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Debbie Williamson and Coach Munt with Debbie's All- 
America Honors. 



Ann Hargrove bumps the ball to Kim Traylor 



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This year, Coach Paul Peak's 



MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM 



had an outstanding season, with a 24-8 record. The Pirates beat St. Mary's to win District and go to 
the NAIA National Tournament. Coach Peak won Coach of the Year in the District, and Bobby 

Deaton won Ail-American Honors. 




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Top Row: John Evans, Russell Stone, Mike Shirley, Russell Moritz, Jim Rathburn, George Kash, Bobby Deaton, Bruce 
Lewis, Danny Whitteaker, Holly Sylvester, Allen Bijou, Coach Paul Peak, Bottom Row: Tom Sweeney, Kerry Zastoupil 
Paul Williams, Wally Meyer, Jeff Kaman. NOT PICTURED: Troy Bijou, Jeff McClain. 



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#20 Tom Sweeney. 



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Defending their 1983-84 NAIA District IV title, the 

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM 



had a good year, rounding up a 15-14 overall record with a 12-8 NAIA record. They defeated 

nationally ranked TWC and Tarleton State, and many of their losses were to NCAA division I 

schools. The Juniors and Seniors contributed positive leadership to the Freshmen who made a very 

good showing and will be an important factor in next year's outcome. 




Top Row: Coach Reda Clay, Dorita Hatchett, Mindy Lackey, Janiece Gray, Lela Robertson, (All American), Cheryl 
Sutherland, Carol King, Wendy Smith, Stacy Swoboda, Marilee Frazee. Bottom Row: Wendy Stinson, Angela Tennison, 
Kathleen Patrick, Anna Cooper, Teri Parvin, Melissa Dillingham, Carolyn Guyton, "Not pictured" Nancy Wiegand. 



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Carolyn Guyton. 





Carolyn Guyton. 



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Wendy Smith 





Teri Parvin shoots. 





Kathleen Patrick. 



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Although they did not advance to Nationals as they have the past two 

years, the 



BASEBALL TEAM 



had a very successful year. Coach Mallon received an award for having 

500 wins as coach of the Pirates. Terry Ebner, Brady Bohannon, 

Rodney Kaase, and Russell Martin were named to the All-District 

team, while Russell Martin was also named All-Area and Ail-American 

for the second time in his college baseball career. 




Coach Mallon. 




Top Row: Coach James Ellison, Billy Rundzieher, Kevin Luersen, Danny Cohen, Jim Harycki, Jeff Allen, Mike Timlin, 
Mike Cavers, Mark Mann, Mike Anderson, Terry Ebner, Kelly Forester, Rodney Kaase, Coach Jim Mallon, Row 2: 
Russell Martin, Eddie Bazan, Cody Rabb, Shane Strickland, Brad Baker, Richard Frymire, Bruce Winters, Wayne 
Shuffield, Kyle Ballard, Tommy Collins, Burke O'Malley, Bill Jordan, Derek Kempf, Front Row: Brady Bohannon, Eric 
Fox, Paul Wellman, Mike Patronella, Pete Wellman, Loren Hudson, Jeff Guisti, Pat Myers, Joe Evans. 



110 




Athletic Director Carla Lowry throws out the first ball of the season. 







Rodney Kaase leads off at first base. 



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PETER CHANG 
SCOTT CLEARMAN 
MONTY CURTIS 
BILL HARMON 
PAT HAAS 
JON JENSWOLD 
RUSSELL KLAWUNN 
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Top Row: Coach Tex Kassen, Chris Raesz, Steve Rucinsky, Mark Rawlins, James DeYoung, Greg Crowley, Row 2: 
Desiree Stanley, Amy Hutchinson, Catherine Spezia, Melinda Baker, Karen Sahl, Row 3: Mike Flick, Mary Akin, Beth 
Fenton, Cindy Batot, Butch Adams, Not Pictured: Doug Warden. 



115 



1984-1985 
CHEERLEADERS 




Dorita Hatchett, Cathy Brady, 

Karen Kuczaj, Tiffany Hillin 

Kim Sheffield 



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1985 




S.U. 
SPORTS 



117 



ADMINISTRATION 





PRESIDENT 
ROY B. SHILLING 



ADMINISTRATION 




Mr. George Brightwell, Jr. 

Registrar. 

Mr. Don Heins Assis. Dean for 

Residence Administration. 

Dr. William B. Jones Vice 

President Provost 



Mr. John Lind V.P. Admissions 

Dr. Theodore Lucas Dean, School 

of Fine Arts 

Ms. Anne Matthews Career 

Development 



Dr. G. Benjamin Oliver Dean, 

Brown College of Arts and 

Sciences 

Mr. Jake Schrum V.P., University 

Relations 

Mr. Ben Sherman Assis. Dean for 

Student Services 



Mr. William Swift Dean of 

Students 

Ms. Charlotte Taylor Director of 

Scholarships and Financial Aid 

Mr. Kirk Treible V.P., Fiscal 

Affairs 



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BROWN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Dr. Martha Allen 

History 

Dr. Donna Barnes 

Sociology 

Dr. David Blumenfeld 

Religion and Philosophy 

Mr. George Brightwell 

Economics and Business 



Dr. Virginia Carwell 

English 

Dr. John Chapman 

Math and Computer 

Science 

Ms. Reda Clay Physical 

Education 

Dr. Joe Colwell 

Economics and Business 



Dr. Weldon Crowley 

History 

Dr. Judson Custer 

Education 

Dr. Winston Davis 

Religion and Philosophy 

Dr. Jan C. Dawson 

History 



Mr. Mariano Diaz- 
Miranda History 
Dr. Richard Denman 
Math and Computer 
Science 
Mr. Harold Eidson, Jr. 
Computer Center 
Mr. Michael Fabritius 
Economics and Business 




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BROWN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Dr. Billie Fullingim 

Education 

Dr. David Gaines 

English 

Dr. Leonard Giesecke 

Economics and Business 

Dr. Eb Girvin Biology 



Dr. Jack Harris English 

Dr. Hal Haskell Latin 

and Greek 

Dr. T. Walter Herbert, 

Jr. English 

Dr. Fred Hilgeman 

Chemistry 



Dr. Dan Hilliard 

Sociology 

Dr. Douglas Hooker 

Psychology 

Dr. Robert Horick 

Computer Center 

Dr. Frank Imke 

Economics and Business 



Dr. Horace Jacob 

Biology 

Dr. Sharon Johnson 

Education 



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BROWN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Dr. William Jones 

History 

Dr. Tex Kassen 

Physical Education 

Mr. Gary Kline 

Political Science 

Dr. Edwin Lansford 

Chemistry 



Dr. Carla Lowry 

Physical Education 

Mr. James Mallon 

Physical Education 

Dr. Robert Morgan 

Biology 

Dr. Thomas Morgan 

Physics 



Dr. Bruce Mossman 

Education 

Ms. Glada Munt 

Physical Education 

Dr. Robert Neveln 

Math and Computer 

Science 

Dr. Gwen Kennedy 

Neville Sociology 



Dr. Francis O'Brien 

Political Science 

Dr. G. Benjamin Oliver 

Religion and Philosophy 




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BROWN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Dr. Lois Parker English 

Mr. Paul Peak Physical 

Education 

Dr. Francisco Perez 

Spanish 

Dr. Jesse Purdy 

Psychology 



Dr. Robert Reinehr 
Psychology 
Dr. Regine Reynolds- 
Cornell French 
Dr. Gary Richter Math 
and Computer Science 
Dr. Ken Roberts 
Economics and Business 



Dr. Robert Roeder 

Physics 

Ms. Gerhild Rogers 

German 

Mr. Peter Roussaki 

Christian Education and 

Music 

Dr. John Score Religion 

and Philosophy 



Dr. Nick Sikes 

Education 

Dr. Farley Snell 

Religion and Philosophy 

Dr. Robert Soulen 

Chemistry 

Dr. Norman Spellman 

Religion and Philosophy 



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BROWN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Dr. Suk-Soon Suh 

Political Science 

Dr. Jon Swartz 

Education 

Dr. Ruth Taylor 

Economics and Business 

Dr. Ralph Whitmore 

Math and Computer 

Science 



Mr. William Zacchaeus 
Economics and Business 




THE SCHOOL OF 
FINE ARTS 



Dr. Anthony Adessa 

Music 

Mr. Richard Bass 

Music 

Ms. Virginia Dupuy 

Music 

Dr. Richard Hossalla 

Theatre and Speech 

Communication 




126 



THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 




Ms. Drusilla Huffmaster 

Music 

Mr. Claude Kennard 

Art 

Dr. Ted Lucas Music 

Dr. Janice McCullagh 

Art 



Dr. George Nelson 

Music 

Mr. John Oertling 

Theatre and Speech 

communication 

Dr. Ellsworth Peterson 

Music 

Ms. Kathleen Raymond 

Art 



Mr. Raymond 

Schroeder Music 

Mr. Kenny Shepherd 

Music 

Mr. Patrick Veerkamp 

Art 

Ms. Mary Visser Art 



NOT PICTURED: Ms. Muriel Burress, Speech, Mr. Joseph McClain Music, Ms. Pam Rossman Music, 
Mr. Marshall Thomason Music. 



127 



NEW FACULTY 




Top Row William Zacchaeus, (Eco. & Bus.), Judith Thompson (Library), James Houchins (Eco. & Bus.), Mariano Diaz- 
Miranda (History), Dan O'Loughlin (Psychology), Hal Haskell (Foreign Lang.), Bennett Watson (Math), Robert Frederick 
(Philosophy) Joanna Fountain-Chambers (Library), Bottom Row: Michael Fabritius (Eco. & Bus.), Carla Lowry (Athletic 
Director) Jessica Lazarus (Education), David Gaines (English), Clinton Davis Education), Francisco Perez (Foreign Lang). 



ADMISSIONS 




Denise Conners 



Monty Curtis 



Jacqueline Hefley 



Trudy P. Mohre 



Mike Rossman 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Richard Anderson - Comptroller 
Jane Bost - Counselor 
Marty Curtis - News Service 
Dr. Joanna Fountain-Chambers - 
Library 



Janice Hester - Recorder 
Emmalee Hubble - John Lind 
Eileen Jacob - Business Office 
Faye Johnson - Dean Oliver 



Betty Knauth - Accounting 

Les Layman - SAGA 

Wanda Minyard - Business Office 

Leona Morris - Payroll and 

Personnel 



Chris Pickard - Dean Swift 

Debbie Sanderfer - Financial Aid 

Charlotte Schkade - President 

Shilling 

Francie Schroeder - President 

Shilling 



Jan Schultz - Women's Head 

Resident 

Steve Smith - Men's Head 

Resident 

Trella Smith - Purchasing 

Nancy Smithwick - Business 

Office 



Ruth Thomas - Kirk Treible 
Judy Thompson - Library 
Dorothy Williams - Business Office 
Henry Wolgemuth - Library 



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PEOPLE 




ESHMEN 




Daven 
Dawsc 



DeYoi 
Warns 



astland, Brian 
Ehrhart, William 
Elliot, Frankie 




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RESHMEN 




tlerson, Laura 
■ndlcton, Kim 
Pennoni, James 
fWches, Alex 



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SOPHOMORES 



Allen, Brad 

Allen, Jeff 

Ball, Regina 

Ballard, Kyle 

Beckley, Maria 



Belknap, Kim 

Bigby, Jana 

Bily, Robin 

Bishop, Donna 

Boone, Jill 



140 




SOPHOMORES 




Boren, Shed 
Bose, Ted 
Brady, Cathy 
Brecht, Stacey 
Britt, Heather 



Buchanan, Mary 
Burleson, Andrea 
Burris, Brooke 
Bushong, Lorinda 
Caron, Chris 



Cawthon, Morgan 
Cohen, Danny 
Couzens, Beverly 
Dale, Catherine 
Davis, Ruth 



DeLair, Martha 
Diaz, Debora 
Dorsa, Anne 
Douglass, Lynn 
Dulaney, Karen 



Dunham, Lori 
Dunn, Katherine 
East, Shelley 
Edgar, Mark 
Evans, Joe 



Fedosky, Keane 
Fincher, Michelle 
Franco, Norman 
Frihart, Tammy 
Gaeta, James 



141 



SOPHOMORES 



Gartner, Stephanie 

Gaylor, Sheri 

Giesecke, Margie 

Gill, Melinda 

Gonzales, Lizzette 



Grant, Katie 

Guyton, Carolyn 

Haas, Pat 

Hales, Steven 

Hanna, Karen 



Hardy, Julie 

Harycki, Jim 

Hazell, Mike 

Head, Lisa 

Hilgeman, Karen 



Hill, John 

Hillin, Tiffany 

Hoskin, Anne 

Hsiao, Mark 

Huang, Lourdes 



Huddleston, Jay 

Hudspeth, Roberta 

Hutchinson, Amy 

Jackson, Ben 

James, Andrew 



Janssen, John 
Janak, Kevin 

Jenkyn, Rachel 
Johnson, Dan 

Johnson, Glover 




142 



SOPHOMORES 

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Jones, Dean 
Jones, Jennie 
Kasmiersky, Michael 
Keahey, Mike 
Kearley, Katherine 



Kipple, Jimmy 
Kirkpatrick, Greg 
Krusekopf, Henry 
Lacy, Jeff 
Lane, Elizabeth 



Lane, Marilyn 
Laurin, Joel 
Leggett, Holli 
Lincoln, Rebecca 
Long, Cynthia 



Mann, Mark 
Martinez, Ray 
Mathis, Travis 
Mayer, Tracy 
McDowell, Alan 



McGarity, Tim 
McKay, Jim 
McKeever, Duncan 
McKnight, Amy 
McLelland, Tish 



McMullan, Glenda 
Medlenka, Chris 
Merrill, Rachel 
Minter, Ann 
Mitcham, Jessica 



143 



SOPHOMORES 



Mittanck, Deborah 

Monk, Randy 

Moore, Michelle 

Moore, Terri 

Morrison, James 



Murphy, Melinda 

Neaville, James 

Nelson, Jahnnette 

Obar, Joyce 

Page, Connie 



Parvin, Katie 

Patrick, Kathleen 

Patronella, Michael 

Patterson, Ruth 

Pelt, Paige 



Perkins, Jan 

Pharr, Carolyn 

Pickering, Kent 

Porter, Margo 

Potts, Ada 



Radford, Kristen 

Ramirez, Rebecca 

Ravert, Lisa 

Rawlins, Mark 

Ray, Robin 



Ream, Lea 
Reid, Angela 

Rickey, Trisha 
Riggs, Laura 

Rollins, Kathy 



144 




SOPHOMORES 



4J ~-> II 




Ross, Charles 
Rowe, David 
Salerno, Elizabeth 
Schroeder, Karen 
Schultz, Janine 



Sellers, Joanna 
Sergiovanni, Steve 
Shackleford, Stacey 
Shuford, Sally 
Simmons, Dawn 



Siptak, JoAnn 
Smith, Amy 
Smith, Nancy 
Stallones, Robert 
Standifer, Richard 



Stanley, Cindy 
Stanley, Margaret 
Stinson, Wendy 
Stone, Donna 
Stokes, Jennifer 



Suermondt, Jaap 
Sunseri, Stephanie 
Sydow, Sylvia 
Sylvester, Holly 
Syvertson, Donna 



Taylor, Ross 
Taylor, Treg 
Trost, Jennifer 
Turner, Ashley 
Tyler, Laura 



145 



SOPHOMORES 



Vestal, Paul 

Vidaurri, Deni 

Walker, Leigh Ann 

Walker, Tracy 

Walker, Monroe 



Walsh, Marce 

Ward, Leighanne 

Watson, Glenn 

Webb, Jeff 

Weir, Michael 



Weir, Tracey 

West, Michael 

Wieters, Brian 

Williams, Wendy 

Winfrey, John 



Wink, Amy 

Wright, Charles 

Wright, Kristi 

Yandell, Beth 

Yang, Andrew 



Youngblood, Norman 
Younger, Benet 
Zgourides, Kim 
Zika, Samantha 




146 



JUNIORS 




Akin, Mary 
Alvarez, Abraham 
Anderson, Jerry 
Auanger, Lisa 
Bachtold, Tina 



Bass, James 
Boger, James 
Bradley, Lisa 
Brewer, Lisa 
Brown, Anita 



Brown, Federico 
Burt, Neal 
Campbell, Pamela 
Candish, Jennifer 
Carlson, Chris 



Carmack, Debra 
Carpenter, Jill 
Carrell, Scott 
Caudell, Greg 
Cavanaugh, Paige 



Clark, Julia 
Coe, Keith 
Collings, Margie 
Corn, Robert 
Cortez, Selina 



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147 



JUNIORS 



Curry, Brock 

Daughtry, Penny 

Eastland, Susan 

Fedor, Rosalie 

Fortnum, Rebecca 



Foster, Claire 

Franta, Karen 

Garcia, Ken 

Glaspy, Will 

Graham, Tammy 



Grapski, Alice 
Grapski, Linda 
Graves, Mark 
Haley, Clayton 
Harrell, Kristy 



Harvey, James 

Henderson, Kelly 

Hern, Kenneth 

Hernandez, Maggie 

Herrin, Laura 



Hill, Elizabeth 

Hook, Susan 

Hottendorf, Nicole 

Houghton, Deena 

Irizarry, Joe 




148 



JUNIORS 




Hyde, Sarah 
Jacob, Shonali 
Jacobson, Brad 
Johnson, Dee 
Jones, Caroline 



Jones, Jackson 
Juarez, Norma 
Kemper, Renee 
Kian, Kianoush 
Kilburn, Frances 



Kinkade, Brian 
Kleihege, Linda 
Koch, Karla 
Kubala, Dawn 
Lackey, Mindy 



Lawrence, Deneece 
Lawrence, Lorna 
Little, Erin 
Longacre, Lori 
Lopez, Delma 



Lungwitz, Kevin 
Malson, Paul 
Matzinger, Michael 
Miller, Amy 
Miller, Lori 



149 



JUNIORS 



Monk, Ellen 

Monk, Karen 

Moore, Michael 

Mouroux, Francoise 

Nichol, Martha Joe 



Orson, Rikki 

Parvin, Teri 

Pelosi, Frank 

Puskarich, Maggie 

Rigsby, Gayle 



Risinger, Brian 

Robertson, Lela 

Ross, Amy 

Rothhammer, Laurie 

Rushing, Sara 



Salas, Norma Jean 

Shepherd, Susan 

Siu, Maria 

Smith, Sandra 

Solanik, Ray 



Speier, Christopher 

Stevens, Susan 

Summerall, Patti 

Swords, Erica 

Taggart, Frederic 




150 



JUNIORS 




Testa, Amanda 
Trietsch, Paula 
Tunnell, Julie 
Vandruff, Lee 
Vanacek, Michelle 



Walther, Deborah 
Wang, Jeffrey 
Weber, Kathy 
Weitzel, Happy 
Wiggins, Gerry 



Williamson, Debbie 
Yaple, Laura 
Yerkes, Nancy 
Zink, Marci 



151 



SENIORS 



Abraham, Anna 

Adams, John 

Adrian, Sabrina 

Ahn, Sungnam Sue 



Anderson, Christina 

Andrade, Lydia 

Bakker, David 

Baldwin, John 



Bass, Stephen 

Bateman, Richard 

Berthold, Sarah 

Bode, Georgianne 



Boren, Lillian 

Bowden, Randal 

Bowerman, Susan 

Bozeman, Brian 



Brandt, Roger 
Buckner, William 

Burke, Colleen 
Burns, Katherine 




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152 



SENIORS 




Clearman, Scott 
Crenshaw, Sheryl 
Crenwelge, Kimberly 
Crow, Tim 



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Dailey, Karen 
Damman, Kathy 
Davis, Kimberly 
Farney, Brent 



Fisher, Catherine 
Fisher, David 
Fisher, Laurie 
Garrison, Beth 



Garwick, Matt 
Gibbs, Betty 
Giroux, James 
Gray, Janiece 



Greer, Laurie 
Gregorczyk, Margaret 
Hardy, Joni 
Hart, Charlie 



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153 



SENIORS 



Hartzog, Reed 

Hassler, Sheri 

Henry, Mike 

Herrera, Julie 



Herzig, Thomas 

Heyduck, Steven 

Holliman, Scott 

Hoke, Elizabeth 



Horan, Barbara 

Houy, Janice 

Hubbard, Amy 

Hulse, Tara 



Immel, Chris 

Johnson, Cal 

Jones, Adrianne 

Jones, Judith 



Kane, Amy 

Kantralis, Karen 

Kennedy, Peter 

King, Kelly Kaye 







154 



SENIORS 




Krenek, Terri 
Kuebel, Kathy 
Langlinais, D'Layne 
Lawler, Shannon 



LeDoux, Sheila 
Lightfoot, Anita 
Lund, Cindy 
Mackin, Rhonda 



Martin, Lisa 
McCrary, Sharon 
Merrill, Laura 
Middleton, Michael 



Montoya, Thelma 
Moritz, Russell 
Morrison, Glenda 
Morrison, Polly 



Morse, Libis 
Moye, Karol 
Murray, Tim 
Paty, Donna 



155 



SENIORS 



Peacock, Teresa 

Pratt, Mary Ann 

Purcell, Ian 

Radford, Rhonda 



Ramirez, Joe 

Ramirez, Robbie 

Ricker, Philip 

Riess, Shellie 



Roberts, Stuart 

Roest, Tammy 

Ross, Patti 

Ruddy, Elizabeth 



Ruffo, Larry 

Rushing Nancy 

Salas, Margarita 

Schley, Robert 



Schroeder, Debra 

Seiler, Nancy 

Scheler, Wanda 

Shiller, Carol 




156 



SENIORS 




Shultz, Carmen 
Siders, Jackie 
Smith, Scott 
Smith, Sonya 



Smith, Steve 
Spezia, Catherine 
Stutes, Randy 
Taylor, Shannon 



Tieman, Betsy 
Tuttle, Cliff 
Vale, D'Anna 
Vick, Brenda 



Vick, Sammy 
Walsh, Randy 
Warmink, Elaine 
Whitmore, Colleen 



Wiles, Dori 
Willis, Joni 
Willis, Mary Cay 
Wilson, Robert 



157 



SENIORS 



Wilson, Margaret 

Wingfield, Lori 

Witcher, David 

Wyborny, David 



Zastoupil, Kerry 

Zearfoss, Robert 

Zody, Patricia 




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